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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 31/1/2012 8:46:16 AM   
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Finished X-men off last night and polished off Iron Man as well. Proper impressed with Iron Man too great peice of art and great story....

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 31/1/2012 7:38:00 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Vadersville

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ORIGINAL: Chojin

Seems I didn't need to call them - I received issues 2 and 3 today as well as.....

1 x POW mug smashed to bits in the box. The disappointing sound of broken china didn't sound very promising.
1 x Hulk DVD which i'll probably end up getting <50p for from CEX (I own the blu-ray)

Impressed with the 2nd and 3rd issues though, they look great.

Second Class post for both items though? no wonder they are taking so fucking long - cheap bastards.


Yeah, I too noticed the second class postage. Got my mug seperately today, intact unlike yours but I've since had a proper look at my Incredible Hulk DVD and the case is shattered. Had to change it for another before giving it to the missus (I too own the blu-ray). Have only started Dark Phoneix so far. I'm finding it hard to get into to be honest. I appreciate its an older comic so you have to take it as of its time but theres so much text on each page that sometimes I feel the panels are more like illustrations in a book than an actual comic. Still I'll stick with it and you can immediately see the influence this arc has had on several of the X-Men films.



I'm struggling as well......i'm all for a 'classic' comic and a bit of vintage but I won't blindly adore something based on mass opinion. I'm one issue in so far i'm finding it hard going and it is a complete change of pace from the first issue.

....which is why I didn't object when I heard it was only covering the 80's onwards!

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 31/1/2012 8:44:53 PM   
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Just read that Dark Phoneix was originally published in 1980, that could explain why it feels more dated than other 80s comics I've read. That early into the decade it probably has more in common with the 1970s comics than 80s. That said, I am still enjoying it, it's just not gripping me the way something like Batman - A Beath in the Family (1988) did.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 1/2/2012 1:05:15 PM   
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Found a tenner yesterday walked in to Smithys found they still had 2 copies of The Dark Phoenix RESULT! that a lottery ticket & 3 packs of Mars Planets for £2 in Poundland & still 1p up that's what I call a good day.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 6/2/2012 5:37:01 PM   
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Got Issue 3, 4, DVD and mug in the post today. Lovely stuff! Found myself looking forward to these all month after Dark Phoenix.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 8/2/2012 8:54:28 PM   
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If they weren't so fucking shocking I would laugh. Yet more fuck ups from the land of frog eaters.

E-mail #1)

Subscriber Number: SC####                                      Starting Issue Number: 2

 

Thank you for subscribing to The Art of Quilting. We hope that you are enjoying your collection so far and that your projects are coming along nicely.  

 

We would like to email you a quick reminder to ensure that you have your login details for the exclusive bonus content you can find on our Art of Quilting Website, at www.artofquilting.co.uk/members-zone. If you have already received your ‘Welcome Letter’, then you will find all of the details you need on there also. 

 

The details you will need to access the bonus online content are;


....panic. What have those fuckers done now!

E-mail #2:

Dear Sir or Madam,

 

Please accept our sincere apologies for the email that you have just received, it was sent in error intended for a different recipient. 

 

Please disregard the contents of the previous email, and accept our assurances that no subscription has been set up for you, for The Art of Quilting.

 

Apologies again, 


 The Publisher


They really couldn't be more awful if they tried could they?

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 9/2/2012 5:19:54 PM   
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They really couldn't be more awful if they tried could they?


No they couldn't.

I'm still waiting for issues 2 and 3 to be delivered. I emailed them a good while back now and haven't heard anything from them so as far as I'm concerned they gan go fuck themselves. Issue 4 is in the shops now so I'd be fucked for getting the 2 I've already missed.

Fuck it, I'll just buy the original releases of the ones I actually like the look of.



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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 9/2/2012 6:13:04 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Chojin


quote:

ORIGINAL: Vadersville

quote:

ORIGINAL: Chojin

Seems I didn't need to call them - I received issues 2 and 3 today as well as.....

1 x POW mug smashed to bits in the box. The disappointing sound of broken china didn't sound very promising.
1 x Hulk DVD which i'll probably end up getting <50p for from CEX (I own the blu-ray)

Impressed with the 2nd and 3rd issues though, they look great.

Second Class post for both items though? no wonder they are taking so fucking long - cheap bastards.


Yeah, I too noticed the second class postage. Got my mug seperately today, intact unlike yours but I've since had a proper look at my Incredible Hulk DVD and the case is shattered. Had to change it for another before giving it to the missus (I too own the blu-ray). Have only started Dark Phoneix so far. I'm finding it hard to get into to be honest. I appreciate its an older comic so you have to take it as of its time but theres so much text on each page that sometimes I feel the panels are more like illustrations in a book than an actual comic. Still I'll stick with it and you can immediately see the influence this arc has had on several of the X-Men films.



I'm struggling as well......i'm all for a 'classic' comic and a bit of vintage but I won't blindly adore something based on mass opinion. I'm one issue in so far i'm finding it hard going and it is a complete change of pace from the first issue.

....which is why I didn't object when I heard it was only covering the 80's onwards!


quote:

Just read that Dark Phoneix was originally published in 1980, that could explain why it feels more dated than other 80s comics I've read. That early into the decade it probably has more in common with the 1970s comics than 80s. That said, I am still enjoying it, it's just not gripping me the way something like Batman - A Beath in the Family (1988) did.




This is what Joss Whedon has done to people.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 9/2/2012 9:54:08 PM   
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The only Joss Whedon I own is the Astonishing X-Men Vol 1-3 and I thought it was average at best. I really can't see how he was breaking the mold with the series at all. Jim Lee had a far greater impact in the 90's with his re-designs.

I guess I look at it as what I prefer. If a copy of Invincible, The Walking Dead, Y The Last Man, The Boys or any other modern comic was put in front of me together with Dark Phoenix I would never pick DP over the others. Some things age well, some don't.

I know a lot of people will disagree but i'd rather state what I think than submit to the masses

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 10/2/2012 8:53:18 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: directorscut

quote:

ORIGINAL: Chojin


quote:

ORIGINAL: Vadersville

quote:

ORIGINAL: Chojin

Seems I didn't need to call them - I received issues 2 and 3 today as well as.....

1 x POW mug smashed to bits in the box. The disappointing sound of broken china didn't sound very promising.
1 x Hulk DVD which i'll probably end up getting <50p for from CEX (I own the blu-ray)

Impressed with the 2nd and 3rd issues though, they look great.

Second Class post for both items though? no wonder they are taking so fucking long - cheap bastards.


Yeah, I too noticed the second class postage. Got my mug seperately today, intact unlike yours but I've since had a proper look at my Incredible Hulk DVD and the case is shattered. Had to change it for another before giving it to the missus (I too own the blu-ray). Have only started Dark Phoneix so far. I'm finding it hard to get into to be honest. I appreciate its an older comic so you have to take it as of its time but theres so much text on each page that sometimes I feel the panels are more like illustrations in a book than an actual comic. Still I'll stick with it and you can immediately see the influence this arc has had on several of the X-Men films.



I'm struggling as well......i'm all for a 'classic' comic and a bit of vintage but I won't blindly adore something based on mass opinion. I'm one issue in so far i'm finding it hard going and it is a complete change of pace from the first issue.

....which is why I didn't object when I heard it was only covering the 80's onwards!


quote:

Just read that Dark Phoneix was originally published in 1980, that could explain why it feels more dated than other 80s comics I've read. That early into the decade it probably has more in common with the 1970s comics than 80s. That said, I am still enjoying it, it's just not gripping me the way something like Batman - A Death in the Family (1988) did.




This is what Joss Whedon has done to people.


Don't understand what you're on about at all. I haven't even read any Joss Whedon comics...


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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 11/2/2012 12:19:17 PM   
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It's been almost a month since I received issue 1, which itself took nearly a month, and I am still yet to receive issues 2 or 3.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 11/2/2012 12:48:53 PM   
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It's been almost a month since I received issue 1, which itself took nearly a month, and I am still yet to receive issues 2 or 3.


Same here. I've given up on them to be honest. They're a fucking joke of a company, I've been waiting a fortnight now for a reply to my email. I would try phoning them but it wouldn't be fair on the person on the other side of the phone having to deal with my wrath. It's not their fault they work for a company with such shit service.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 11/2/2012 6:05:04 PM   
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I've also been doing some measurements for this collection and my bookshelves will only fit 50 of the issues at best. To be able to display all 60 together will require a monumental bookshelf......



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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 13/2/2012 10:53:01 AM   
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I'm still awaiting Issue 2 and 3 as well - after receiving issue one ages ago.

When I checked their website this morning I can see 02 and 03 and a charge of £6.99.

But also, rather worringly is 2 entries for 'out of stock letter' so God knows what they're sending me.

Also - I would have expected to see a charge for issue 3 ? Or do we get a free issue being subscribers ?

I emailed them ages ago to find out when a new dispatch was coming and never got a reply.

I'd tell them to get stuffed except I suspect demand for this series will fall away after a while and it'll be us die hards that collect the whole thing - in my experience WH Smith stop stocking this kind of stuff after a while. I'd guess Forbidden Planet would keep getting it though.

My other worry is that if demand falls off too badly they'll cancel the series before the end :(.

Another guy in my office subscribed not long after me and I think he's still waiting for issue one !

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 13/2/2012 4:32:50 PM   
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Issue 3 is FOC meaning the total for the first 3 issues is £9.98. And that's all they'll be charging me as once I FINALLY get 2 & 3, I'm cancelling, as I'm not paying £20 a month for something that's always gonna turn up late.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 13/2/2012 6:39:41 PM   
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Saw Issue 3 in Smiths the other day. Slightly confused as it lists Captain America Winter Soldier as the next one not Spider-Man: Birth of Venom. I'm also a bit disappointed now I see that the Wolverine title isn'tt the Mark Miller omnibus I was hoping for.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 15/2/2012 8:38:25 PM   
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Just subbed up from issue 2. Got 1 in the shop when it was released. What will happen now will I get all those that I missed to get up to date or will I forever be a few issues behind?

Be nice to have the full collection for my son in a few years time when he's the right age to read and enjoy them all.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 16/2/2012 11:30:59 AM   
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Just received this

quote:

Dear Mr X

Thank you for your email, please accept my apologies for the delayed response.

Subscriber Number: XXXX

Please be advised that we have received your first payment and issues 2 and 3 will be sent out on the 20th February. Please allow 174 - 28 days for delivery.


Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require further assistance.


Yours sincerely,


Marelize Leiding

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Bit in bold is truer than they'd like to admit.

That's a reply to an email I sent 2 weeks ago. They received payment a month ago and still haven't sent anything out. I realise they must have had more subscribers than they were expecting but come one, there are people on here who have already received issues 2 and 3. Hell issue 4 is in the fucking shops.

I dunno if I'm going to bother with them after the next delivery, they're seriously pissing me off.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 16/2/2012 3:53:43 PM   
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FYI someone on a similar thread on AV Forums posted this - might be of use to some of you.

Just going back to the Marvel Graphic Novels partwork set, I contacted Hachette's London offices, and finally got my subscription sorted out! They apologised profusely about the problems, but did explain they were over-subscribed, (far more than they anticipated), and as such, the website and their phone and e-mail help systems, have been unable to cope with the heavy demand. Good for the publication of the partwork, not so great for the customers who are trying to subscribe.

If you need help, or are having problems, I'd heartily recommend you speak to them on: 0207-014-5950 and they will probably be able to rectify any problems you may be having. If they can't sort the problem(s) out there-and-then, they will get someone to call you back, within two-to-three hours, who can.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 18/2/2012 4:29:05 PM   
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I got the mug today!

No more comics as of yet but its getting somewhere, right?

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 19/2/2012 12:20:53 PM   
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Finished Iron man yesterday. Don't really see what the fuss is all about. Nothing really happens. Iron Man runs to the enemy. Iron Man gets beaten up by the enemy. Iron Man upgrades. iron beats up enemy. The end. And the whole organic Iron man suit DNA reconstruction is such a balls idea. Didn't think the artwork was that great either. Some of the expressions were unintentionally hilarious. So far, i've been disapointed with Issues 2 and 3 and absolutley loved Issue 1. Hoping that The Ultimates and Birth of Venom (if they're still the next two issues) will be much better.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 19/2/2012 9:30:27 PM   
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Finished Iron man yesterday. Don't really see what the fuss is all about. Nothing really happens. Iron Man runs to the enemy. Iron Man gets beaten up by the enemy. Iron Man upgrades. iron beats up enemy. The end. And the whole organic Iron man suit DNA reconstruction is such a balls idea. Didn't think the artwork was that great either. Some of the expressions were unintentionally hilarious. So far, i've been disapointed with Issues 2 and 3 and absolutley loved Issue 1. Hoping that The Ultimates and Birth of Venom (if they're still the next two issues) will be much better.


The Ultimates is defo no4. My issues 3+4 turned up last weekend along with the DVD and mug. I quite enjoyed The Ultimates and am currently part way through Spiderman - Coming Home. Having not read much Spiderman (or much Marvel really, apart from Daredevil) I'm loving it so far

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 23/2/2012 7:39:43 PM   
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Bloody hell, issues 2 and 3 arrived today

No free gifts though, apparently they're out of stock and they'll send them on with my next delivery.

Should get them sometime in April then .

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 23/2/2012 8:05:15 PM   
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I received my bookends today (had them re-delivered to work, too big for my letterbox) but no sign of issues 4+5 which i've received a letter for.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 23/2/2012 9:01:16 PM   
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ORIGINAL: benmharper


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Finished Iron man yesterday. Don't really see what the fuss is all about. Nothing really happens. Iron Man runs to the enemy. Iron Man gets beaten up by the enemy. Iron Man upgrades. iron beats up enemy. The end. And the whole organic Iron man suit DNA reconstruction is such a balls idea. Didn't think the artwork was that great either. Some of the expressions were unintentionally hilarious. So far, i've been disapointed with Issues 2 and 3 and absolutley loved Issue 1. Hoping that The Ultimates and Birth of Venom (if they're still the next two issues) will be much better.


The Ultimates is defo no4. My issues 3+4 turned up last weekend along with the DVD and mug. I quite enjoyed The Ultimates and am currently part way through Spiderman - Coming Home. Having not read much Spiderman (or much Marvel really, apart from Daredevil) I'm loving it so far
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And Birth of Venom is no 5 - it was in WH Smiths yesterday.


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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 24/2/2012 10:05:14 AM   
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I got issues 2 and 3 yesterday (AT LAST!) - no free gifts as someone else pointed out but I couldn't care less about them as long as I'm getting the books through.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 24/2/2012 8:06:12 PM   
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I got home to issues 2 & 3, as well! But it was also complete with the copy of TIH dvd. When do we get the manbag?

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 24/2/2012 8:07:20 PM   
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Got Issues 4 & 5 today. Decided to use my free bookends with the issues I have so far, and one bent under the weight....

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 27/2/2012 5:51:59 PM   
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Got Issues 4 & 5 today. Decided to use my free bookends with the issues I have so far, and one bent under the weight....


I also received 4+5. My postie left them behind my wheelie bin and luckily no-one nicked them. Seems he's getting tired of writing out those notifications. I could always be a twunt and try and get repeat products shipped claiming I didn't receive them....but i'd rather stay on good terms with the postie in the long run.

Really looking forward to Venom. I've surprisingly never read it before even though i'm a huge spidey fan, it's huge again like Dark Phoenix.

The ultimates i've read before but it's good enough to read again.

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RE: Marvel Graphic Novel Collection - 27/2/2012 5:59:33 PM   
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I was gonna cancel this after I got 2 and 3 as I was fed up with waiting etc. But they were brilliant, so impeccably presented, too. I think I'll give them one more chance.

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